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A small black and white photo of Connor's Mill with old signage on the front of the building at the 3rd level reading: "Road Board Power Station".
Trees are to left and right of building.

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The Power Station usage ceased in 1955, when SEC power became available in Toodyay.
Building remained empty until the 1970s.



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8.7000 cm
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8.9000 cm
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On back of photo: "Connor's Mill, 1974".

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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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